You’ve finally found the perfect pair of shoes. You like how they look, can wear them all day with great comfort, and have finally broken them in so they’re perfect for your feet. Now keep them fresh longer with Smelly Shoe Spray.
You probably don’t spend a lot of time thinking about your shoes—how they feel when you buy them, do they match your outfit, are they right for the activity—sure. But what about getting the most life out of them? Even the least fancy pair of shoes need a little TLC, and with Smelly Shoe Spray it’s pretty easy to keep down wear and tear.
Smelly Shoe Spray works in two ways: first, it gives you the immediate benefit of masking foot/shoe odor with a fresh burst of peppermint (it quickly dissipates); second, it uses colloidal silver to fight germs that cause odor, as well as general wear and tear.
How do germs cause wear and tear? Your skin has an entire microbiome of bacteria, viruses, and mites. While some people imagine throwing things in the washing machine as more wear and tear, high end clothing manufacturers often recommend it as better than letting germs sit on your clothes—even from a single try on (others have raised concern about super germs, which are more often found on less-often washed items, including loofahs).
Shoes, and the feet you put in them, are germ magnets. Not just bacteria and viruses but fungi, which thrive in dark, moist environments like shoes, easily proliferate, and can potentially transfer back and forth between foot shoe, raising the risk for Athlete’s Foot or other problems (especially with gym, hiking, or swim shoes). Odor is the best case scenario here! Shoe manufacturers will sometimes recommend wearing shoes every other day to cut back on moisture and other problems.
Regularly freshen up shoes with Smelly Shoe Spray. Fight odor. Fight germs. And boost the quality and longevity of your shoes by preventing the stench, wear, and tear that germs cause.
Start keeping Smelly Shoe Spray by your door today, and even guests can appreciate the aid in allowing them discretion over embarrassing foot odor.
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